Volume 30, October 2020

28 01, 2021

Walking Alongside: Personal Reflections on Supervising Online Graduate Students

2021-01-28T15:22:53+02:00Jan 28th, 2021|

Supervising graduate (postgraduate) students online brings several unique challenges, along with the normal routine of graduate supervision. In this article, I draw upon my own experiences at residential universities and ...

28 01, 2021

Black Panther’s Tour de Force as a Marvelous Paradigm for the Decolonization of the Kuyperian Tradition

2021-01-28T15:21:25+02:00Jan 28th, 2021|

The ground-breaking Afrofuturist film Black Panther from Marvel Studios celebrates African culture. I propose that if the Marvel Cinematic Universe, an American media franchise, can decolonize superhero motion pictures, one ...

28 01, 2021

The Pericope Boundary in Ephesians 5:18-24: Discourse Markers Favor the Break Being at Verse 22

2021-01-28T15:20:10+02:00Jan 28th, 2021|

Since the proliferation of scholarly works examining Ephesians 5 through the lens of modern gender debates, the preferred segmentation of the text in many articles, commentaries, Bible translations, and Greek ...

28 01, 2021

The Proximity of Yahweh in Deuteronomy: A Study of Key Phrases and Contexts

2021-01-28T15:18:51+02:00Jan 28th, 2021|

Name Theologians have long argued that Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomist relocated Yahweh from earth to heaven and that only his “Name” remained on earth. In the last couple of decades, ...

28 01, 2021

Who is to Blame for God’s Prohibition against Moses Entering the Promised Land?

2021-01-28T15:16:07+02:00Jan 28th, 2021|

Proponents of higher criticism have fallen short in offering a convincing and satisfactory explanation for three interrelated, unsolved issues in the Pentateuch, as follows: (1) the precise nature of Moses’s ...

28 01, 2021

God, Our Rock (Deut 32:1-43): Reading the Metaphor in its Pentateuchal Context

2021-01-29T09:50:35+02:00Jan 28th, 2021|

The metaphor of God as the Rock, with its nascent imagery of stability, strength, and protection, is a popular refrain in the Hebrew Bible, especially in the book of Psalms, ...

28 01, 2021

Re-oralizing the Word for Empowerment: A study of re-translation in Chichewa, with special reference to Psalm 124

2021-01-28T15:14:33+02:00Jan 28th, 2021|

Chichewa is a major Bantu language widely spoken as a primary or secondary mode of communication in many areas of south-east Africa. Three major translations of the Bible were produced ...

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